When a very fast transient overvoltage (VFTO) propagates in a high-voltage bus, the capacitive voltage transformer (CVT) causes considerable interference on its secondary side, which will affect the normal operation of the secondary equipment. In this article, a CVT equivalent calculation circuit model was established, and the disturbance voltage of the secondary cable was deduced and calculated. Using electromagnetic transient simulation software, a simulation model of the secondary cable disturbance caused by the VFTO in a 500 kV gas-insulated switchgear (GIS) substation was established, the disturbance voltage at the end of the secondary cable was simulated and analyzed, and the effects of the length of the secondary cable and the grounding mode of the shield on the disturbance were studied. Combined anti-interference measures are also suggested, which use a spiral tube damping busbar, grounding at both ends of the shield using multistrand conductors and installing filter capacitors, all of which greatly reduce the amplitude and harmonic components of the disturbance voltage of the secondary cable.
Research on the secondary arc has long been important in the development of ultrahigh-voltage (UHV) transmission technology. Predicting the arcing time of secondary arc is important for single-phase automatic reclosing of the circuit breaker to protect the power system. In response to this problem, this study uses a multifactor variance model to select factors that significantly influence the arcing time and verifies its validity through residual analysis. The results show that the parameters of the circuit, such as wind direction, recovery voltage, secondary current, and arc length, significantly influence the arcing time. The density-based clustering algorithm (DBSCAN) is then used to remove outliers form the data, and the influence of each factor on the arcing time is analyzed through scatterplots. Finally, linear multivariate regression and nonlinear Gaussian process regression are used to fit the results. The results show that the linear regression has a good imitative effect. The proposed method is accurate and provides novel means of predicting the arcing time.
In recent years, gas-insulated switchgear (GIS) substations have become widely used in power systems. Due to their compact structure, extremely high oscillation frequencies are prone to extremely high oscillation transient overvoltages or very fast transient overvoltages (VFTOs) when the isolating switch or circuit breaker is operated. The characteristics of these special fast transient processes in GIS and the effect of hybrid reactive power compensation (HRPC) on these fast transient processes were studied. A simulation of the GIS model was established, and based on the transient model of HRPC and the theory of the transmission line, the effects of VFTO produced by HRPC switching operation and the parameters of HRPC on VFTO were studied and the differences in the characteristics of VFTOs in substations with or without HRPC. Based on the conclusions of our study on the influence of HRPC on VFTO, the inhibitory effects of a ferrite magnet ring and an inhibitor busbar on VFTO were verified.
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